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FACEFamily and Community Engagement (various organizations)
FACEFree Air CO2 Enrichment
FACEFondation Agir contre l'Exclusion (French: Foundation for Action against Exclusion)
FACEFederal Agency for Civic Education (Germany)
FACEFatality Assessment and Control Evaluation
FACEFormer and Current Employees
FACEFreedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act
FACEFoundation for American Christian Education
FACEFrench American Cultural Exchange
FACEFaith Action for Community Equity (Hawaii)
FACEFamily And Consumer Education
FACEFight Against Child Exploitation
FACEFederation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation of the EU (European Union; est. 1977)
FACEFair and Clean Elections
FACEFluorophore-Assisted Carbohydrate Electrophoresis
FACEFederación de Asociaciones de Celiacos de España (Spanish)
FACEFamily and Child Education (Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Indian Education Programs)
FACEFree Air Concentration Enrichment
FACEFaruk's Animated CSS Enhancements
FACEFriends of Active Copyright Education
FACEForum for the Advancement of Continuing Education
FACEForum for Access and Continuing Education (UK)
FACEFamilies Adopting Children Everywhere
FACEFellow of the Australian College of Education
FACEFlorida Autism Center of Excellence (Tampa, Florida)
FACEForests Absorbing Carbon-Dioxide Emission
FACEFine Arts Core Education (Canadian high school)
FACEFlorida Association of Code Enforcement
FACEFuture Airborne Capability Environment (Open Group)
FACEFellow, American College of Endocrinology
FACEFoundation for the Advancement of Chiropractic Education
FACEFederation of Aluminium Consumers in Europe
FACEFaçade, Aluminium, Couverture, Étanchéité (French: Facade, Aluminium, Roofing, Waterproofing)
FACEFácil Adicción al Chisme y el Entretenimiento (Spanish: Easy Addiction, Gossip and Entertainment)
FACEForward Aviation Combat Engineering
FACEFederal Acquisition Conference and Exposition
FACEFamilies Advancing Craniofacial Excellence
FACEFathers' and Children's Equality, Inc.
FACEField Artillery Computing Equipment
FACEFinchfield and Castlecroft Enterprise
FACEFlorida Association for Computers in Education, Inc.
FACEFuture Abilities Creative Employment
FACEFight Against Corruption Everywhere
FACEFacilities And Communication Evaluation
FACEFaculty of Automatics and Computer Engineering
FACEFellow of American College of Epidemiology (established in 1979)
FACEFoundation Against Companion Euthanasia (animal spay-neuter clinic)
FACEFast, Accurate, Cost-effective, Easy
FACEFramed Access Communications Environment (AT&T)
FACEFundacion para el Adelanto Comunitario Ecumenico (Ecuador)
FACEFire and Auto Claims Efficiency (insurance)
FACEFiber Access Covering Everyone
FACEFoundation Active in Community Enrichment
FACEFire - Achieving Claims Excellence (insurance)
FACEFighter Aircraft Communications Enhancement (Air Force)
FACEFighter Air C2 Enhancement
FACEFat Albert Can Eat (mnemonic for Bass Clef space note names)
FACEFuels for Advanced Combustion Engines Group (Coordinating Research Council)
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Community Solutions Initiative: AR-GLR supports local models that increase third grade reading proficiency through our five key impact areas, including strengthening family and community engagement. Our Community Solutions Initiative (CSI) supports parents, schools and communities working together to move the needle on grade-level reading.
Parents rate family and community engagement as the most important driver of satisfaction with their child's school--but districts frequently fail to offer them a voice in the education system, according to a recent study from Rice University.
Of 7,200 public school parents surveyed, only 34 percent said they were "very satisfied" with family and community engagement, while 43 percent expressed satisfaction with their schools overall.
"What we found is that the biggest weight that parents give is actually to family and community engagement."
team of family and community engagement researchers, advocacy groups,
district family and community engagement planning teams, consisting of
There are many reasons to want to increase family and community engagement. First and foremost, family and community engagement helps students achieve.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION GATHERED TOGETHER public school district administrators and representatives from teachers unions, philanthropic organizations and parent groups to discuss the importance of family and community engagement as a strategy to support student success.
As the nation awaits reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, in which the Obama administration recommends doubling funding for parent and family engagement, the National Policy Forum for Family and Community Engagement drew about 150 people who wanted to learn how to best involve parents and communities.
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